Passion is a strong emotion. It is not just a passing fancy but a thing which has become a part of you. Before you can say you have a passion, you need to first find that which you are passionate about. You need to go through the series of small interests to discover what you are truly passionate about. The following are the ways to ease it.

road to passion

Have the right perspective
Think back to your childhood
Take note of things you gravitate towards
Track the things you hate
Love everything you do
Face your fears

Henceforth, your state of mind plays a key role in what you become passionate about and how you feel about a thing determines your attitude to it. It is very important to have the right perspective. Meanwhile, try to recall the things and activities that you used to love before adulthood got in the way. This can go a long way in helping you restore your love for things and even kick-start your passion. To put it in practice, take a long and hard look at what you spend most of your time or money on. These insights usually are things we are very invested in or are passionate about. So list the things or jobs that you hate. Once you list and delete these options, your true passion will eventually become clearer to you. This is the elimination method were no matter what you are doing, how tedious the task is; bring your full enthusiasm into it. Your full attention helps you to think outside the box sometimes. Attempt tasks knowing that if you decide to do it, you are going to with zeal. On the due course, there are fears connected to finding and chasing our passions. These debilitating fears are sometimes logical, and at other times, they are not. However, in most cases, they hold us back. You have to face these fears and conquer them. This would let you move to chasing your passions.

!!Think Positive. Remain Open-minded. Surround yourself with Positive People!!

Article by : PRAKALPA G

Where are the Nightingales??

This article is dedicated for International Nurses Day. Beloved Florence Nightingale’s Birthday- May 12.


It is not to talk about a rosy picture. But the bitter facts.

Nursing as a career has always been tough. It is quite evident that they are paid lesser than what they deserve and low coverage on their medical risks and life protection.

Nurses are serving with great compassion as care takers with no difference between day and night. I wonder that even on the basis of Humanity, why they are being paid below standards.

Especially in Government hospitals, the pay is said to be extremely below standards and the ratio of patients to nurse which is essentially to be 4:1 has always been over accomplished. There are large number of vacancies in the nursing field. But why will one want to take it up as a career if it leaves one in sub-standard livelihood conditions.

In every career path, one has to make their way and move ahead. But in medical services, is that possible?

Forecast of opportunities from the Bureau of Labour Statistics says, by 2018, 22% of increase is expected in nursing jobs. The point of contemplation is, how we can bring the career back to boom and how as a society we promise this to be a respectable and promising career to the future generation.

We as a country are trying to bring equal career opportunities and to strike a healthy balance by giving adequate manpower into every stream. On the other hand, inadequate staffing and over responsibility had been evident over two decades in the Nursing profession.

This condition is not just affecting nursing but various other professions, leading to scarcity in many fields.

What can be done to solve this problem?

As an individual, one has to strive to achieve excellence and standards that their profession deserves. The fear that sets in one’s mind only proves to be ruining the opportunities for the future generation including themselves.

Career is pursued with passion. Low pay should not become a reason for not securing higher pay in future. Withstanding that pain and proving that what we do is unique and earning deserving respect and remuneration is the real victory.

Everything we do today has a reflection on tomorrow.

We just hope, in the coming days, the service to human kind is not underestimated.

Article by: SaiLakshmi K V